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  • (SpaceX) “David” takes over from the fallen giant “Goliath” (ULA)

    for all future classified USAF satellite launche.

    United Launch Alliance -ULA [Boeing $97billion and Lockheed Martin $67billion market caps] ULA pulls out of the DoD GPS-3 bid process leaving SpaceX [2015 major Falcon 9 explosion] the only USAF DoD alternative to launch the 2016 top-secret GPS-3 satellite(s).

  • SpaceX takes a tumble-Elon Musk’s Falcon 9 explodes

    According to the U.S. NASA, its “commercial partner SpaceX Falcon 9 was targeted to lift off on Sunday, June 28, for the launch of its seventh cargo delivery to the International Space Station under the agency’s Commercial Resupply Services Contract. The space launch was on Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The Dragon spacecraft was filled with more than 4,000 pounds of supplies and payloads, including

  • USAF SpaceX Certification Completed

    USAF SpaceX

    On May 26, under an updated agreement that streamlines the certification process, the U.S. Air Force certified SpaceX to compete for government space launches. The first proposal that SpaceX can provide a competitive bid is June 2015 for GPS III launch services.  SpaceX, with its Falcon 9 launch vehicle, can now compete for national security space launches against United Launch Alliance, the Boeing-Lockheed Martin team that currently have demonstrated a solid operational record on Air Force spy satellite launches.

  • VCs Driving US GOV Satellite Launch providers to Merge

    Boeing and Lockheed Martin (ULA) seeks non-Government NRO rocket business

    United Launch Alliances (ULA) is rapidly attempting to be viewed by the DoD as not only a “dependable private company” but also willing to drop a dependable Russian manufactured rocket engine. In all facets of US business today, companies must be viewed as “politically correct.”

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